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Norwalk, Iowa
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h PageFour ........ ......... N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, May 3, 2012 = [NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES[ Anna Huetter, 7, a second grade student at Oviatt Elemenetary School, re- cently brought pop tabs into the newspaper office for the Ronald McDonald House. She is the daugh- ter of Matt and Nikki Huetter and the grand- daughter of Ed and Diane Kuhl, all of Norwalk. Staff photo. .................................. The Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) student business or- ganization of Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) Urban Campus recently participated in the State Leadership Confer- ence held at the University of Iowa in Iowa City March 30 and 31. Students competed against other Iowa college students in business-related events, receiving both individual and chapter awards. Kayla Worden of Norwalk placed fourth in Information Management and fifth in Applied Busi- ness Knowledge. Students who finished in first or second place in their events can travel to San Antonio to compete at the PBL National Leader- ship Conference this sum- mer. .................................. The Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF) has awarded $1,000 scholar- ships for tuition to 180 stu- dents who plan to study agriculture at their chosen colleges and universities. First=time Farm Bureau scholarship recipients in- dude 54 graduating high school seniors or students currently enrolled in their chosen college or univer- sity. Students are eligible to renew the scholarships for up to four years by maintaining a minimum grade point average of 2.5 and by being a student in good standing with the college or university. Among firstTtime schol- arship recipients is Andria Harper, daughter of Amy and Craig Harper of Prole. She plans to attend Simpson College in Indianola. .................................. Births Jill and Todd Versteeg, FOOD DRIVE Concluded from p.1 up in Norwalk stay here and are taken to the local food pantry maintained at the New Life Lutheran Church. Last year Norwalk carriers collected and delivered just under 2,400 pounds of food and non-perishable items. At this time of year the food pantry is really low and in need of restocking. Any and all donations are welcomed. Items needed are varied. Any non-per- ishable food such as canned fruits, meats and vegetables, pasta, cereal, peanut butter, rice, boxed meals, etc., are welcome. Paper goods and personal hygiene items are also ac- cepted. If every family in the Norwalk delivery area were to donate just one 16 oz. can, that would be over 4,000 pounds of food. When you do your grocery shopping just pick up an extra can or two of veg- etables to donate. Let's see if we can exceed last year's donations! Please help those in need. Leave a do- nation at your mailbox, Saturda:fi May 12. If you should have any questions, contact Pat Wahl at 981-4928. Urbandale, are the parents of a daughter, Nora Grace, born Friday, April 13, at Mercy Medical Center in Des Moines. Nora weighed 8 lbs., 4 oz. and was 21 in. long. She has a brother, Joseph, 2. Grandparents are Rena and Paul King, Cumming, and Kathy and Glenn Versteeg, Holland, MN. Great-grandparents are . David Anderson, rural Norwalk, reported his ga- rage entered; taken were a lawn mower and tools val- ued at $2,500. April 20 Officers recovered a small quantity of marl- SHERIFF'S REPORT I Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Arlene and Dean Lerdal, juana and drug parapher- Garretson, SD. nalia from a vehicle in Cathy and Mike Wahl Jr. of Norwalk are the proud parents of a baby. boy, Michael Dwayne Wahl III. Michael was born 9:30 p.m., Monday, April 23 at Mercy Medical Cen- ter, Des Moines. He weighed 7 lbs., 5 oz. and was 20 in. long. He is their first child. Grandparents are Pat and Mike Wahl Sr., Norwalk and Irene and Dan Bertsch of Indianola. 0 Great-grandparents are Opal and Robert Bertsch of Harlan. .............. "7 .................... LIBRARY HOURS Monday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunda); 1 - 5 p.m. Closed Sundays (Mnoml Day-Lair Day 9 Greenfield Plaza; investi- gation continues as to ownership of the items. April 21 A rural Norwalk woman reported an as- sault; following investiga- tion, no charges were filed. April 22 Robert Qwinn, Green- field Plaza, reported his residence entered and a safe taken. The safe was located in the backyard of the residence, where it had been forced open. Cur- rency and medication were missing; no value listed. April 23 Robert Dunn, rural Norwalk, reported several items.taken from his resi- dence; incident remains under investigation. April 25 Jack McCormick, rural Indianola, reported unau- thorized use of a credit card; $430 loss. ACCIDENTS April 21 - 10:30 a.m., R63 near Dubuque Street: a vehicle driven by Amber Knight, 25, Pleasant Hill, lost control on a curve and rolled into the ditch; $1,800 damage. April 21 - 8:30 p.m., County Line Road and Badger Creek: a vehicle driven by Mark Ray, 47, Cumming, was south- bound when he struck a bridge. He was taken to Mercy Medical Center by Norwalk Rescue; $8,000 damage to the vehicle and $1,000 damage .to the bridge; investigation con- tinues. sls.w:00 STAGECOACH TRAVEL, INC. 416 Snyder Ave., Norwalk PRESENTS July 20, 21, 22 - St. Louis, MO Three-day weekend for Cubs/Cardinals baseball game. Includes motorcoach transportation, 2 nights lodging, 2 continental hot breakfasts at hotel and ticket to Saturday afternoon game. $320 per person- Double occupancy. Oct. 7 - 14 New England Back Roads Fly together from DSM airport to Boston and return, tour by coach in Boston, White Mountains of New Hampshire, Vermont, Berkshires of Massachusetts, 10 meals and much more. $2,549 per person - Double occupancy. Dec. 29 - Jan. 2 California New Year's Getaway featuring Rose Bowl Parade Fly from DSM to Long Beach, view floats in final stage of decorating, attend Band Fest featuring select Bands from across the country, New Year's Eve Gala Dinner Dance w/li,e entertainment and Champagne Toast to ring in the New Year, reserved seating for Rose Bowl Parade, private Legends In Concert Show. Price per person: $2,149 - Double; $2,449 - Single; $2,119 - Triple For more information, call Ed and Mary Frank at 981-4508 or georgefrank7@msn.com www.stagecoachtravelinc.com Activities ', NORWALK LIBRARY at the 101 North Ave. * 981-0217 Tuesday, May 8 Pre-School Story Time, 10:30 -11 a.m. A fun, educa- tional, activity-based story time for ages 3-6. A great opportunity for parents to get tips on early literacy skills for use at home and daycare groups are welcome! Wednesday, May 9 Wee-Ones Story Time, 10:30 a.m. Fingerplays, sto- ries and songs for little ones to age 18 months and their parents; designed for a one-to-one or one-to-two par- ent-child ratio to maximize interaction. Thursday, May 10 Toddler-Time Story Time, 10:30 a.m. A chance for parents to interact with their children ages 18 months to 3 years during stories, fingerplays and songs, to help toddlers develop those critical early literacy skills. Friday, May 11 Teen Book Discussion, 3:30-5 p.m. What's new for summer? Find out about new titles hitting the shelves and theaters. Bring your programming ideas for next year and be the first to sign up for summer reading vol- unteering. ! Start the day off right! ] I i I I i I00ai$ I matters 515-223-1150 P.O. Box 160 Norwalk, Iowa www.kwlo/.com B'EMC. 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